Sheet Pan Shrimp

All over the internet you see sheet pan dinners. They are the new one pot meal.  I have three sheet pans and they are well loved. I use them to cook wings, meatballs, shrimp, salmon, roast vegetables and not to mention all the cookies we make on them.

I usually make sure I have a bag of frozen shrimp in the freezer so that I can throw together a quick and easy meal. This is one of the simplest and tastiest recipes you can make.

Sheet Pan Shrimp

Ingredients

1 pound cooked frozen shrimp, defrosted

Juice of 1 lime

½ teaspoon of salt

Pinch of ground black pepper

1 teaspoon of agave

½ cup of diced red onion

1 to 2 diced sweet peppers (or broccoli)

2 teaspoons vegetable oil

½ teaspoon of salt

1/8 teaspoon of ground black pepper

Directions

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In a medium bowl mix lime, salt, pepper and agave. Toss shrimp in the lime mixture and let sit while you prepare the remaining ingredients. Combine onion and vegetables on sheet pan with vegetable oil, salt and pepper and cook for 10 minutes. Remove from oven and add the cooked shrimp. Roast for another 10 minutes and serve over rice or polenta or inside a tortilla.

You can easily make this recipe solely with vegetables so it is easy to make this vegetarian, vegan and its already gluten free! It is such a versatile recipe! Let me know what you like to make on your sheet pans.

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12 thoughts on “Sheet Pan Shrimp”

  1. This is pretty cool, I’ve always done chicken or salmon for sheet pan dinners but never thought of doing shrimp. Thanks for this, I’ll have to try this out. 🙂

  2. this would be one of those super impressive, but super easy meals for a dinner guest! I am roasting veggies tonight (to have alongside pizza) and I am going to try using the sheet pan. I had been using a bakewear thing

  3. YUM!!!! i love shrimp, its low in calories and high in protein! unfortunately its also high in cholesterol 🙁
    whenever I bake shrimp, i use frozen raw, de-shelled shrimp! i’ve never used pre-cooked shrimp. does this get super rubbery if you overcook it? can’t wait to try this!

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